The researchers examined LastPass and four other Web-based managers and found critical defects in all of them. The worst of the bugs allowed an attacker to remotely siphon plaintext passcodes out of users’ wallets with no outward sign that anything was amiss.
There seems to be an inverse correlation between how much of an article someone actually reads and the strength of his or her opinion about it.
TorrentFreak breaks down how expensive it is to legitimately pay for Game of Thrones in different countries.
You should really stop using that Keurig.
Systems like Spritz might defeating the purpose of reading in the first place by encouraging a person to read faster than their working memory is able to process information. People who are into speed reading are more than likely reading for the wrong reasons.
The more people eat (and consume, in general), the better it is for those that provide food. That’s the point of the estimated 150 pounds of food additives (mostly sugar, yeast, antioxidants, MSG, etc) that every consumer unwittingly ingests every single year. These substances are the lubricants of over-consumption, not only making food more pretty and durable but also artfully making it taste better, stringing us along by engineering a need-for-more so that it becomes very hard to find the exit from that kingdom of happy and endless consumption. That is the same principle that is happening when you use Facebook or your smartphone. The food industry actually calls this “cravability”– and in the world of technology this is often referred to as “indispensability” or, more benignly, “user engagement.”
Smilek and collaborators draw a link between the amount of physical activity produced by a book and its grasp on a reader’s mind. Reading aloud has both visual and vocal components, and reading silently at least requires the eye to keep pace with the page. Listening to a book, meanwhile, involves no real direct physical participation–making it easier for the mind or eyes to stray.
Amazing dark pattern for an app rating prompt.
It’s depressing to see how dogs have been deformed over the years for purely aesthetic purposes to the detriment of their health.